Publisher: Kensington

Book Review: Storm

Book Review: Storm

For weeks now, I have been eyeing Storm with a bit of trepidation. Despite more than quite a few gushing reviews, I was still really on guard. If there is one thing I love as much as dystopian reads, elemental books have to be it. And quite frankly, I am shocked that this type of read has not yet become a trend among the YA books. But I am still holding out hope.   Storm features more than enough characters to get lost in. Have a certain type of guy that catches your fancy? With not one.. not two… but FIVE […]

Posted July 6, 2012
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Book Review: Dark Frost

Book Review: Dark Frost

Review: Touch of Frost   * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from the first two books of the series. Read at your own risk *   I am a complete sucker for this series. Estep wowed me with the first book of the series, Touch of Frost. Was on the fence with the second book, Kiss of Frost. And here we are with the third book. I was so ready to get this book started. After reading so many series where things go downhill as the series continues, I entered Dark Frost with a bit of a chip on […]

Posted May 14, 2012
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Book Review: Touch of Frost

Book Review: Touch of Frost

Ever since I fell in love with Rachel Hawkins' Hex Hall series, I have been dying to find a novel of the same vein. I was just about to give up hope when I came across Jennifer Estep's Touch of Frost.   Touch of Frost centers on Gwen Frost. A young girl who recently lost her mother in a car accident and is forced to attend to Mythos Academy. To the outside world, Mythos Academy seems nothing out of the ordinary. A school pampering to rich kids and their families, a basic one way ticket to an Ivy League school. But don't be fooled… […]

Posted July 26, 2011
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Book Review: Unnatural

Book Review: Unnatural

  I am a sucker for boarding school novels. Still have not figured out why, so it is what it is. Unnatural immedately grabbed my attention because this setting.. then when I found out there was a possibility for a M/M YA romance, I just knew that I had to give it a try. First off, I have to give Michael Griffo some credit. He is working with a creature that has been used to death. At this stage in my reading career, if I never have to put up another vampire book, I would probably be estatic. (Vampire series […]

Posted April 24, 2011
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